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: EDWARD AND AGRIPPINA

by Rene de Obaldia
Translated by DONALD WATSON
In this ' absurd' comedy, first produced in France for the Grand Prix de Paris in 1960, an aged husband and wife lie in bed, reading. Under the bed is a chamber-pot full of gold . . . with Andrew Sachs as The Leatherjacket (and The Baby) Produced by H. B. FORTUIN

Contributors

Translated By: Donald Watson
Unknown: Andrew Sachs
Produced By: H. B. Fortuin
Agrippina: Marie Lohr
Edward: Denys Blakelock

: CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

JOHN MITCHINSON (tenor)
BBC CHORUS
ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Led by John Ronayne
Conducted by BERNARD HERRMANN
Part 1

Contributors

Tenor: John Mitchinson
Unknown: John Ronayne
Conducted By: Bernard Herrmann

: MEMORY AND IMAGINATION

A group of six programmes 6: The Verification Principle by G. J. WARNOCK
Fellow of Magdalen College. Oxford
Mr. Warnock argues that the verification theory of meaning owes its persistence to certain quite correct ideas which underline it, but that it formulates these ideas in a damagingly distorted way.

: CONCERT

Part 2

: PARADISE LOST

by John Milton abridged for radio in thirteen parts by R. D. SMITH
Book 5 Reader, Denis McCarthy
Raphael comes down to Paradise ... minds Adam of his state and of his enemy.
Book 6: May 16

Contributors

Unknown: John Milton
Unknown: R. D. Smith
Reader: Denis McCarthy








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